On May 16, Dr. Suwanchai Wattana Yingcharoenchai General Director of the Department of Disease Control The Ministry of Public Health (SST) revealed that, due to the growing dengue situation, it is expected that in 2019 a continuous outbreak will occur during the whole year . With 100,000 patients from the data between January 1 and May 7, 2019, 19,503 patients died, 25 of whom died. The total morbidity rate was 0.13% and the province where the patients were found. The majority are Samut Sakhon, Trat, Nakhon Pathom, Lop Buri and Ratchaburi respectively.
"In particular, in the province of Nakhon Pathom, it was found that the patients were above the 5-year average that had the highest disease rate in Thailand, with 683 cases of dengue, 75.20 per 100,000 inhabitants" . Suwanchai said the Department of Disease Control now has important measures. To prevent an outbreak of dengue I expand 1. Maintain government agencies monitored closely and continuously analyze the situation 2. Avoid the death of patients Dengue Corner Establishment and using the Dengue Chart to monitor the treatment of dengue 3. Control of mosquitoes Continuously eliminating mosquito breeding, which covers every home, every area, every week, such as government offices, schools, hospitals. Realize that the elimination of the mosquito larvae breeding zone is the duty of all people to help prevent through 3 measures to prevent 3 diseases, that is, domestic storage, garbage collection , storage of water containers Because the community does not have patients and no deaths due to dengue Includes fever, joint pain, mosquitoes And also Sika's fever